5 Blood Sugar Tips

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Meet Jessie Inchauspé, the French biochemist known as “The Glucose Goddess” on social media, with a staggering 1.7 million followers on Instagram. Her rise to fame coincides with the growing interest in daily blood sugar management, fueled by advancements in wearable technology like Continuous Glucose Monitors. These devices have made the benefits of blood sugar management more apparent and more attainable for individuals. Jessie’s captivating charts showcasing real-time data demonstrate the immediate impact of healthy behaviors and minor adjustments on blood sugar levels, hooking us with their compelling insights.

Jesse has five tips from her book “Glucose Goddess” to help maintain slow and steady blood sugar levels. 

  1. Include vegetables before consuming carbohydrate-heavy foods, as this can reduce the glucose spike by up to 73%. 
  2. Jesse recommends drinking vinegar water (with apple cider vinegar) before meals to lower glucose spikes by up to 30%. Consuming vinegar prompts the muscles to absorb glucose faster, leading to steadier blood sugar levels and less insulin release.
  3. Pair carbohydrates with fats, proteins, and/or fiber to slow down the processing of glucose into the bloodstream, promoting more stable glucose levels. 
  4. Engage in physical activity, such as a brisk walk, for at least 10 minutes after a meal to reduce glucose response and insulin resistance. 
  5. Start the day with a savory breakfast instead of a sugar-heavy one to prevent glucose level fluctuations throughout the day.

Click here to read everything she has to say about blood sugar tips! 

For the past 10 years, we at Motion have believed in low-glucose-triggering foods. We are very conscious about what we offer our customers and how we create our dishes. That’s also one of the reasons why we offer Create Your Plate and Build Your Own Meal Plan- so that our customers have the chance to eat as clean as possible and can make the best choices for their needs! It’s about making the right choices and knowing food combinations that don’t trigger your blood sugar!

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